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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY Raymond Builds New Sports Field Restrain GunDogs OUT ON A MU LIMB with LOKLMEK FEXWICK THOSE awful Pasquel brothers, about whom vre were talking a couple o! week ago. are at it again, and are the baseball man- agers and coaches ever sore! last week, for instance, a well-known Brooklyn club scampered into court, squealing piteously. in a frantic attempt to prevent Pasquel's agents from bothering their players. Noth- ing definite has resulted from this startling defensive tactic. Montreal Royals, a farm team of the Brooklyn Dodgers, are also in hos water, thanks to the Pasquel bank rolL. Already one of their players. Holland Gladu. has puilea x jumoint bean act and Is now cavorting gracefullv on Mexican playing fields. Now news comes tha't another starry chap, and a native of Montreal at that, has been negotiating. Sponsored By Lions Club; Athletic and Tennis Associations RAYMOND. (HNS) The Kaymond Lions Club, m conjunction with the Athletic Association, is sponsoring a great improvement on the large block square Victoria Park. With the assistance of Jerome Flatt, past long-dis- tance champion of many races, and Dr. Harris Walker, one of the best all-round athletes of a few years agof a new quarter- mile race track. IS feet wide and with cinders five inches deep, is aearins completion. The new track, with six lanes and i hundred-yard straight-away. re- Thls pla'yer. Stan Brearfi by name, has been acting very strangly of late, one dav announcing that he has teen in contact with the Mexi- cans, the nest dav denying thai; he ever heard of such a sordid thing. Anvway. "Royal coach Clay Hopper has regretfully benched his star player, "until everything clears Babe Ruth, while he Is almost too plump to play anything, is another baseball figure who is being al- legedly lured by the Pasquels, prob- ablv for managerial post. The Bambino refuses to comment on his plans except to say that he ex- pects to enjoy his two week all expenses paid, vacation in Mexico. Players and Babe Ruth, of course, only human and offers of fan- tastic sums of money naturally make their lips -water and then- wives' eyes take on a greecy glint. Nevertheless you can't _biaase the managers for being excited either. want to win games ana they know they can't if they lose too many good players. Of course things could be worse. A. chanoie like John D. Bockeieller Jr. could conceivably enter the baseball game and cause niuca more consternation than Pasqual and his measly 5O million aollar bankroll could ever cause. But we don't ihink J. IX would ao such a reprehensible A BIT OF EVERYTHING The Jollv old Country Club, which on Sundays looks like a gigantic nvlon sale, has announced that, oualifving rounds for the new Presi- dent's" Competition will take place tomorrow afternoon and Sunca nwning club captains urge aL. players to forget about their hanoi- WANTED Boxers Wrestlers For boots from June onwards. State all particulars. Boi 75 -Herald. HERALD SPORTS PAGE COLUMBUS CLUB TEAM Red Sox WoodcockMayGet CADETS Try at WorldTitle Fasiball fans here saw Co-, Run at Ac- lurabus Club players trim Sea Cadets ai nu fey aE n__ ssore ThuI5day in the third game of the junior fastball series. The game was play- ed at the new Henderson Park fast- ball stadium. Several very 5r-e .plays were ex- hibited in the game end a number of the players snowed thersselves much improved last. >ear. cording to Law From May 1 to Sept. 1 quired more than 400 yards of cinders. Tne labor and trucking donated by several civic-minded of the town. All the cinders were procured from the sugar fac- .ory, and were hauled in one after- noon. There is a jumping pii in- cluded. BALL DIAMOND In the centre of the track a base- >aU diamond has been laid out. It las been scraped and levelled and is in fine shape. New bleachers lave been built, and a new wire juard been put..up In front of Jie bleachers. TENNIS.COURTS In the northeast comer of the park three sets of tennis courts lave been built at an apDrosimate cost of This was sponsored by the tennis association. "The northwest corner of the park has been set aside for a children's playground, with swings, slides, wading pool, etc., to be set up soon. This is being sponsored by the local Club and the Raymond Ath- letic Association. This when completed, will mark another step In the progress of the town, due to the farsightedness and fortitude of its leaders. Sportsmen and others owning hunting dogs are warned that as May 1 it is against the law for thesa to allow such dogs to rua un- restrained. The regulation includes all kinds of dogs used for hunting, and definitely stipulates that- dar- ing the period from May 1 until September 1 these dogs must not be permitted to run at. large. Any animate caught- are liable to faa impounded and destroyed. All game officers have she authority 10 order these measures taken. The need for game preservation is responsible for the measure, and sportsmen should be quick to realize the wisdora of the regulation, as well as she value than i; has for them. If game dogs are allowed to run at large dunag The summer season, they almost invariably get us into the open countryside where hey range through the fields, dis- turbing sestins game birds and de- rroying nests and eggs. It Is for his reason that is necessary to -estram them. Referring to the measure, the officer hi charge of the fisheries and game branch here told The Herald that dogs in the city have a habit of wandering down the coulees to the bird sanctuary. Sev- eral such dogs were picked up there ast year, causing game officials considerable trouble in locating their owners. Sportsmen would be a great help if they would keep heir dogs in. ning, but from that poins oa they faded sadly. Linescore: Sea Columbus Club 105 203 Batteries: Sea anfi Bissett: Columbus and Arsman. TONIGHTS GAME The Collegiate team and Colum- "it to de- Team Batting Average Drops From .297 to .102 By JOES REICHLER. Associated Press Sport Writer. Baseball's most puzzling question; .___ m s 5-13 in Britisher's Favor for Scrap With Mauriello j er-ag in three in the first in- 1 P-sx sharp. caps and get out and piay we can't all win you-know Frank Stanahan, one of the .tT.S.A-'s top amateurs will be participating hope- fully in this year's British Amateur which starts jlav 27 Tonight's fight between Brmce Woodcock and Tami ZMauriello will be broadcast about seven o'clock and anyone with any sort of a radio will be able to pick it up we patrioti- callv pick Woodcock to knock Tami cold Tne local Saddle Club are practising diligently with their horses in anticipation of staging a Musical Ride sometime in the near future thirty of them are train- ing under the direction of Jo -The about in the provmce J oSer arT-hght contest to soitdifv J ChamoiSn ball team played three inlnutes durattoo. IK; d. (.L.ii... 1.. at Lavailee I-ake in tne for a boat ae BSsbetsr Reid A British -OOBBS up the Haraeri yesterday to -whether the rounds trere of rsro cleared a honaicide charge today after a grand jury refused to indies the internationally-known spores figure. The jury had been investigating the death of David Stanley Corcor- May 17. Past President Prank Sargent of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association. said Thursday the C.A.E.A. would try to make "the bess deal possible" when its repre- sentatives meet the National Hockey League's inter-relations committee ai New York June 18. He did not elaborate. (The NJai. has offered to pay the O.A.TT-A. a fiat a year for all players under C.AJ51A. jurisdiction who rum professional. At its annual meeting a; Vancouver last" month, however, the C-A-H.A- considered the oifer but decided to press for S2.CGO for each player turning pro with a major league team and SI.OOO for each going to a minor league club. BACK AGAIN! Big Economy Pack George Dudley and A. W. Pickard of the C.AJ3-A. and President W. B. Hardy of the International Ice Hockey Association was instructed to re-open negotiations with the N.Hi. and seek, at its own discre- tion, changes in the player-pay- ment oifer.) BASEBAU. PRACTICE i (A committee composed of Mr. j Sargent, President Hanson Bowell.' -t- A baseball practice for the House of Lethbncge juniors has been called for Sunday afternoon at the Henderson Park Team mem- bers are urged to be on hand. The baseball diamond Is due east of the present fastball stadium. South Country Towns Have Heavy Fastball Schedule Men, again make extra savings on Canada's fa- vourite low-prica blade. Dealers now feature MINORA's Economy Podc 12 blades 25e. M1NORA BLADES give fast, easy shaves and last far longer than ordinary blades. BLONDIE CONQUERED CUSTOMER! Reglstercc U.S. Patent OHIcc By Chic Young Tonight's Games p.m- Bombers vs. Quints. Diamond S vs. Comets. Robots vs. Cardinals. Shamrocks vs. Dodgers. Spitfires vs. Greyhounds. p.m. Lusterites vs. Grenadiers. "vYinas vs. Commandos. Kits'anti Misses vs. CateiH's. Superiors vs. Canadians. Radars vs. Stickers. Baseball League St. 203" 001 300 '-0 4 Boston.....000 113 021 11 1 Martin. Dickson. Brazle. Donnel- ly, Burkhart and ODea. Rice; Cooper. Singleton. Johnson. Kcn- stantv and Hofferth. Chicago ai New York, Pittsburgh I as Brooklyn. Cincinnati at Phila- lts i delphia. rain. American League Extras !n distinction... extras in fabric superiority extras in tailoring end extras in satisfaction every time you wear Society Brand Clothes. TORSMOST. (Special) The Foremost District :Fastball League got into full swing when the sched- ule opened on Sunday. April 28.' Previously the league had held organizational meeting in Neniis- kam where the league rules were revised, officers elected and team entries received. Officers of the league Sliai Hagen, Nemiskam, president; Roy Hadlington, Foremost, secretary- treasurer; representatives, Doug Strain for Charles: Thomas Taylor for Hoping Jack Thompson for Neighbor View; George Butterwick for Nemiskam, and Wotcil Bolick for Masinasin. The schedule, consisting of home and home double-headers Sunday, was drawn up. and play sot under for the ninth league i season with Hoping rr.eetmg Neigh- j bor View and Charles travelling to j ilasinasm. Charles took both ends j of their double-header, while Hop- i Sag and Neighbor View divided honors in two hard fought games. On May 5th Hoping defeated Charles twice with s. handy margin, i Neighbor View swamped Neiniskam twice, largely because of the latter's lack of practice. i Now, as the teams settle down to i business, it would seem that Hop- ing and Neighbor View have both. strengthened theu: lineups consider- ably over last year, while Charles _------.-------------------- i remains about tha same, leaving i 11 i Nemiskam and Masinasm as an- OOtD3.ll, VxJlCSS ktiotvn bat contenders.! _ Fans can confidently expect a I close, hard-foaghi race through the J schedule for the coveted playoff Boston ___OOO 000 3 1 at. Louis 200 000 5 0 Dohsor.. and Wagner; Kramer and Heif. New York at Chicago, Philadel- phia, at Detroit, Washington a; Cleveland, rain. International Newark at Syracuse, Buffalo at Rochester, Baltimore at Toionto. j rara. Pacific Coast Portland 030 000 9 130 030 12 American Assn. Kansas at Indians Paul at Toledo, Mir.r.eapolls at Co- rain. DONALD DUCK THANKS FOR THE TIP, PAL! Registered t7.S. Patent By Walt Disney LFL ABNER BOOBS IN THE WOOD By Ai Capp GOCD-NAYCH'JRLD GAL ME. B G GOCD- IT'S TM'CNLV WAY TSAVE, MS.-'.' VfHAREVAH IN SKUN'HE is. ?nAKE H STOP AN LISSEN _ ill positions, with all teams bent on dethroning the present the Neighbor View club. McG umre Remember (By The Canadian Press) Jess Willard, world heavy- weight champion 1915-18, came out of retirement 23 years ago today to sign for the last fight of his career with Luis Angel Firpo. Wiliard. who had lost his title to Jade Dempsey four ypsrs earlier, reached the end of the trail when Firpo knock- ed him out. May chamDions, A new game coniDir.cs the intricacies of chess tne fun oi football is being introduced Britain. _ The game, called "rootoaJ- r.ow is well established in Switzerland. It is played on an oversize cness board 22 squares long by 15 squares wide with i1 on eacn side representing the Pawns cen be rooxed in any direction ?nd a'.! the rules cf foot- ball are observed except fouls, the object bemp: to ?c: the ball into tne fue-squared goal oa the baseline. BRICK 8RADFORD-And the Queen of Nigh? MOOH LOOKS 6OCLEAS AMD CLOSE- ALMOST AS IF! COlJlD REACH OUT AND TOUCH LOOK AT THEM SPOQN'.HG UMDER TME MOON I WAS RIGHT AFTER ALL.' By WILLIAM RiTT and CLARENCE GRAY. .NFW SPA PERI JEWS PA PER I ;